Are you looking to dig deeper into your faith but not sure where or how to begin? 

Whether you’re looking to take a class, have meaningful discussions about spiritual things, spending time in the presence of God in our sacred space or looking to make a difference by serving others, you will find opportunities to do that at GROW NIGHT.  Join in wherever you feel comfortable. 

COMMUNITY DINNER (optional)
5:30 - 7:00pm | Building B Narthex

  • “Food Court” - Purchase food from local food vendors for variety and something for the whole family!
  • Enjoy live worship music during dinner to settle your hearts.
  • Childcare is open 6:15-8:30pm, and is conveniently located in KidsCOR. Please register children through your class registration. If no registration is required, please send childcare information to childcare@cor.org.

GROW NIGHT SESSIONS
6:30 - 8:30pm OR 7:00 - 8:30pm | Building B and Building C

  • Check out the Grow Night Kiosk for events offered this evening and this trimester. Join in wherever you feel comfortable. 
  • Some classes are offered every trimester. Elective classes to be added each trimester.

 


Fall 2015 Trimester Schedule

  1. Discussion Forums: Series on Aging

    This series, open to both men and women, will help learn how to tackle issues surrounding the process of aging with love, grace and dignity. For caregivers, care receivers or anyone wanting to be prepared for these roles in the future.

    Questions? Contact Michelle Lentell | mlentell@att.net

    Making Technology Work For You: Bring your laptop, smart phone or other device and learn from the experts – our youth! Would you like to use Facebook to keep up with the grandkids? Want to try texting and tweeting, Skype or Snapchat? This is your chance! Youth and young adults will be on hand to individually teach the ins and outs, ups and downs of popular applications.

    • Tuesday 11/17 & 11/24 | 6:30-8:30pm | B229 | Building B
    • Register here

     

     

  2. EarthCOR: Green Reads

    This fall EarthCOR’s Green Reads will explore how the materialism that creates cluttered spaces and the busyness that steals our joy both lead to an unsustainable culture on a personal and planetary level. More importantly, we’ll gain insight on why that is and develop tools to turn it around.

    The format includes a small amount of independent reading. During our time together we will watch a short video and have group discussion. We will be using Priscilla Shirer’s book Breathe: Making Room for Sabbath.
     
    Green Reads is a branch of EarthCOR which promotes caring for all of creation through Green Deeds, Green Reads and Green Seeds. Visit the EarthCOR webpage for more details.

    • Tuesdays 9/8 | 9/15 10/6 | 11/3 | 12/1
    • 7:00-8:30pm | B215 | Building B
    • Led by: Erin Chacey
    • Book: Breathe: Making Room for Sabbath by Priscilla Shirer. Purchase online or at a local bookstore. (The Well Bookstore does not carry this book)
    • Register here

     

    Questions? Contact Erin Chacey | EarthCOR@cor.org

     

  3. Embark: A Journey Toward Knowing, Loving & Serving God and Others

    Are you longing to discover where you are going on your spiritual journey and how you will become a deeply committed Christian? Whether you are new to the church or a long time Christian, this 3 week course is for you.

    We’ll explore God's big picture for the world, embrace the message and mission of Jesus and engage in the great commandments -- to love God and love others.

    Embark will assist you with the "why" of our church's mission, the "what" of your next steps and the "how" of your participation with God's redemptive plan in the world. 
     

    • Tuesdays 11/10 - 11/24 | 6:30-8:30pm | B206 Bible Theater | Building B
    • Led by: Chris Folmsbee
    • Register Here
       

    Questions? Contact Jane Fowler | jane.fowler@cor.org | 913-544-0218

      

  4. How to Discover Your Personal Life Mission

    Explore nine major areas of your personal design and life-story that make you a unique person with a unique purpose. Discover your best kind of work and the group of people whom you want to help the most. Finally, use all of this insight to write your own Personal Life Mission Statement.

    • Tuesday 10/27 – 12/1 | 6:30-8:30pm | Room C141 | Building C
    • Led by: Paul Zenk and Rev. Cayce Stapp
    • Materials/Cost: $30 for the class + $15 for the cost of book (available in class)
    • Register Here

    Questions? Contact Cayce Stapp | cayce.stapp@cor.org | 913-544-0734

     

  5. Introduction to Christian Worship - Saint Paul School of Theology

    The most important activity of a church is worshipping God. But what is it that we are doing when we worship? Come explore the reasons we worship and why worship takes the shape that it does. As we do, we’ll more fully come to know Who it is that we worship, and who we are called to be in response.

    • Tuesday 11/10 and 11/17 | 6:30-8:30pm | Room C041 | Building C
    • Led by: Professor Henry (Hal) Knight
    • Register Here


    Henry H. Knight III (Hal) is the Donald and Pearl Wright Professor of Wesleyan Studies at Saint Paul School of Theology. He became a Christian while serving in the U. S. Air Force through reading the New Testament. He experienced a call to ministry and became ordained through the North Georgia Conference of the United Methodist Church. After pastoring two churches as a student and one full time he entered graduate school and earned a doctorate in Theological Studies. He currently teaches in the areas of Wesleyan Studies, contemporary theology, worship, and evangelism. He is the author, co-author or editor of nine books and is past President of the Wesleyan Theological Society and a member of the Society for Pentecostal Studies.

     

    Questions? Contact Jonathan Bell | jonathan.bell@cor.org | 913-232-4149

     

  6. Introduction to Christian Theology - Saint Paul School of Theology

    Theology is “talk about God” and critical reflection about the Christian faith and what we believe. Even more so, theology is a way of life—what we believe in our heads and hearts should be reflected in the ways we act. Theology involves wonder and wondering about faith-full questions, so the course will engage questions that deepen our understanding of and relationship to God.

    Suggested Reading:  Exploring Theology by Elaine A. Robinson (Fortress Press, 2014)

    • Tuesday 12/1 and 12/8 | 6:30-8:30pm | Room C041 | Building C
    • Led by: Professor Nancy Howell
    • Register Here


    Nancy R. Howell is Professor of Theology and Philosophy of Religion and Oubri A. Poppele Chair in Health and Welfare Ministries at Saint Paul School of Theology. Her upcoming courses at the seminary include Introduction to Systematic Theology and Introduction to Ministry. Her theological research and writing engage questions about how faithful Christian reflection can evoke a deeper relationship with God by embracing the wonder of God’s creation.

    Questions? Contact Jonathan Bell | jonathan.bell@cor.org | 913-232-4149 

     

  7. Journey 101: Loving God

    The Journey 101 [Knowing God | Loving God | Serving God] courses are designed to create environments where people experience growth and support as they engage in the discipleship Journey.

    During these six weeks of Journey 101: LOVING GOD you will experience spiritual transformation through spiritual practices that will help you fall more in love with God and grow in your relationship with God and others.  

    • Tuesday 10/27 - 12/1 | 6:30-8:30pm | Room C144 | Building C
    • Materials/Cost: $20 registration (includes a weekly dinner, separate from the Narthex Food Court) + $7 book at the Well Bookstore
    • Led by: Michelle Kirby

     

    Questions? Contact Debbie Hoskovec | debbie.hoskovec@cor.org | 913-232-4162

     

  8. Meet Your Bible

    All sections are led by Darrell Holtz. Choose to join us for all 12 weeks or pick any of the 3 sections you want to learn more about.

    Section 1: Introduction - Learn about different Bible translations, and about the wide range of tools available to help you understand the Bible in a high-quality study Bible.

    Section 2: Old Testament - Survey how the Old Testament (the Hebrew Scriptures) launches God’s “big story” of redemption, and gain a clearer understanding of how law, history, poetry and prophecy fit together in this vital set of documents.


    Section 3: New Testament – Survey how the New Testament carries on and completes God’s “big story” of redemption, and see how letters, gospels and the vision of Revelation each do their part in carrying the story to its triumphant completion.

    • 4 weeks: Tuesdays 11/10 - 12/1 | 6:30-8:30pm | Room B214 | Building B
    • Register Here!

     

    We’ll use the CEB Study Bible, offered to all new Resurrection members for free, as the basis for this study, but it will be helpful no matter which translation and study Bible you use.

    Questions? Contact Darrell Holtz | Darrell.Holtz@cor.org | 913-544-0274

     

     

  9. Practicing Christmas - An Advent Study

    Through the Advent season the church reflects on Jesus’ birth in joyous celebration and spiritual preparation. At the same time, the church looks forward in eager anticipation to the time when Christ returns for his kingdom people. During Advent, Christians around the world live in hope, in prayerful expectation of Jesus’ promised return.

    Join Chris Folmsbee, Director of Discipleship, for a four-week class designed to guide you into the full meaning of Advent and Christmas. Chris will lead class participants into an in-depth discussion covering the birth, life, death, resurrection and ascension of Jesus.

    Christmas is more than a day or even a season—it is a way of life. 

     

    • Tuesdays 12/1 – 12/22* | 7:00 – 8:30pm | Student Center | Building C
    • *We will not meet on 12/22 due to Christmas Eve preparations. A video teaching will be available to view as a final lesson. Feel free to meet with others at a home or coffee shop and discuss.
    • Led by: Chris Folmsbee - Director of Discipleship
    • Register Here

     12/1 – The Mission of Jesus

    12/8 - Who Do You Say That I Am?

    12/15- Jesus’ Call to Follow Him

    12/22 - The Birth of Jesus (VIDEO)*

     

    Questions? Contact Jane Fowler | jane.fowler@cor.org

  10. Sacred Space

    Prayer is the sacred journey of entering into the heart of God.

    Sacred Space is a time and place centered and geared to allow individuals to have a safe place to pray, to sit in solitude and silence, to explore and experiment in different styles of prayer, meditation, journaling, listening and contemplation to the ends of dwelling in God’s presence.

    This fall session will involve different avenues and methods of prayer, conversations regarding prayer, and the opportunity to pray with others, for others, and on an individual basis.

    • Tuesdays Firestone Chapel | Building B Narthex
    • The Sacred Space room is open 5:30-7:15pm | Designed for you to come and go as you feel led by the Spirit

     

    Registration is not required. Though, if you know you in advance you will attend a certain evening and would like to utilize childcare, please email childcare@cor.org with your child's information.

    Questions? Contact Jeff Milton | jeff.milton@cor.org | 913-544-0280

     

  11. Serve Opportunities for Children and Adults

    Join us on the 2nd Tuesday of each month as we explore serving opportunities in our local mission ministries. Location, time and age limits vary: please check carefully.

    11/10/15 – JOY in Serving
    The holiday season is almost here! Prepare Thanksgiving and Christmas meal bags and holiday gift tags for distribution to all Resurrection campuses. Tasks include stapling, tying, sorting. Family-friendly for ages 5+ accompanied by an adult.

    • Tuesday 11/10 | 7:00 – 8:30pm
    • Location: Building B Narthex East Wing
    • Ages 4 and under: Childcare is available for this event.
    • No registration required. Though, if you need childcare, please let Childcare know by emailing them here

    12/8/15 – JOY in Serving
    Our generous congregation donates thousands of food and gift items each holiday season for distribution to local urban ministries. Put your elf hat on as we sort and prepare these donations for giving. Family-friendly for ages 8+ accompanied by an adult.

    • Tuesday 12/8 | 7:00 - 8:30pm
    • Location: Resurrection Mission Center, 15455 Metcalf, Suite D. Follow these links for a map and driving directions.
    • Ages 4 and under: Childcare is unavailable for this event
    • No registration required

     

    Questions? Contact Dee Dickey | dee.dickey@cor.org | 913-232-4166

     

  12. Theo Cafe

    Join us for freshly brewed conversations!

    We’ll discuss everything from theology to how we view God at work in pop culture.  We will use news clippings, video clips, and suggestions from you to get our conversations started.  We’ll engage as a larger group as well as have smaller more intimate conversations. 

    No expertise needed - all conversations are welcome.

    • TuesdaysB221 | Building B
    • The Theo Café is open 7-8:30pm
    • Led by: Ginger Rothhaas
       

    Registration is not required. Though, if you know you in advance you will attend a certain evening and would like to utilize childcare, please email childcare@cor.org with your child's information.

    Questions? Contact Michelle Kirby | michelle.kirby@cor.org | 913-544-0232

     

  13. Women's Groups

    Women’s Book Club: 
    Read with us! Join in anytime by reading the month’s current book; attend the discussion on the first Tuesday night of each month. Many of the books can be found at your local library or at The Well church bookstore.

    • 1st Tuesdays  | 7-8:30pm | Room B229 | Building B
    • Led by: Susan Starkweather
    • Register here

    Women’s Circle:
    Experience fellowship and connection, learn about important topics, respond to needs in our church and community, and advocate for justice as a part of United Methodist Women.

    • 2nd Tuesdays  | 6:30-8:30pm | Room B229 | Building B
    • Led by: Sharon Ritter
    • Register here

    Questions? Contact Sally Retz | sally.retz@cor.org | 913-544-0228  

     

     

Tuesday Night Community Meal

November 10th: 

We are taking a break from the Food Trucks for the Winter. Stay tuned for meal information!

Grow Night Volunteer Opportunities

Greeter

Hospitality

Connection Point

Fall 2015 Trimester Schedule

Class Information|Registration on the left.

Open Every Tuesday. No registration required.
• Theo Café
• Sacred Space

Registration suggested for the following:

Monthly:
1st Tues:
• EarthCOR: Green Reads
• Women’s Book Club
 
2nd Tues:
• Women's Circle
• Service Opportunities
On-site (COR): 11/10
Off-site (RMC): 12/8

3rd & 4th Tues:
• Discussion Forum: Series on Aging

10/27 (beginning):
• How to Discover Your Personal Life Mission
• Journey 101: Loving God

11/10 (beginning):
• Embark
• Introduction to Christian Worship
• Meet Your Bible: Section 3 - New Testament

12/1 (beginning):
• Practicing Christmas - An Advent Study
• Introduction of Christian Theology